While Afternoon Tea was traditionally only enjoyed by the aristocracy and upper classes, it has found a new popularity among tourists, young people and anyone looking for an excuse to treat themselves.Similarly, gin – once unfairly associated with ‘spinsters’ and looked at as vodka’s less desirable sibling – has enjoyed a resurgence over the last few years, becoming a firm favourite amongst millennials looking for a calorie-light spirit.As well as swapping champagne for gin, the food also deviates from tradition replacing finger sandwiches with tartlets and Victoria Sponge with Candy Floss.
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Most restaurants at or within walking distance from Dundas Square / Eaton Centre are large chains - Joey's, Hard Rock Cafe, Milestone's, Johnny Rockets, Spring Rolls, The Pickle Barrel, Baton Rouge, etc.
Next time you find yourself in the vicinity I highly encourage you to take a very short walk (three minutes from the Eaton Centre at most) to 249 Victoria Street because tucked away and hidden in the shadows of all those corporate giants you will find the My favourites that evening were the Maryland crab cakes, the Cumbrae beef burger and the chocolate brownie sundae.
Yet it is currently so fashionable that it is often one of the most expensive non-alcoholic drinks on the menu.
At Bank restaurant, in Covent Garden, for instance, a small cappuccino costs £2, and a cup of camomile tea £1.75.
We've got all the recipes you need to channel your inner mixologist, whipping up drinks that will impress and delight even the most serious of aperitif connoisseurs. Hotfoot it to your nearest liquor store and stock up on ingredients — and don't forget to invite us over to taste-test.